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Aug 21, 2013 11:00pm EDT
to talk to people who were not alive or only toddlers when king marched in washington. >> alot of racism, blacks weren't allowed with the whites and they barely could do anything. >> it's important to me because dr. martin luther king was like a mentor to me, coming up in school and i like him, i have a dream that some day we all could come together -fplgt/ we are not all the way there, but we are on our way. >>reporter: this week's events include a march on saturday that retraces the 196 3 march for jobs and freedom. there will be a march on the day of the actual anniversary are, wednesday, august 28th. president obama will speak that day on the stepbs of the lincoln memorial. >> we will be covering all of it, karen gray houston, thank you. >>> we are prepared, we are ready and we will provide whatever emergency medical services we are called upon on the 24th and the 28th, if needed. >> city leaders want everyone to know they are ready for the unexpected. fencing is already up around the national mall to keep pedestrian and vehicle traffic moving without safety issues. as for the
CBS
Aug 24, 2013 11:00pm EDT
from us. >> reporter: as the day worry on, one message rez thoughted with many who came to washington 50 years later. they need to keep on marching. >> we come to washington to commemorate. we go back home to agitate. >> reporter: president obama p will deliver a speech on there steps thepe thrin con memorial n wednesday, the actual a anniversary of the march on washington.gton back to you. >>> a reminder you can find f everything you need to knowo about the anniversary and activities on myfoxdc.com. >>> another big story, drama before today's march on washington events got started. s it happened at a dc rally, john henrehan says the organizers did not want farm mayor mar-in barry to speak but the current aid councilman did so anyway. our cameras captured the controversy. take a look. >> reporter: about 500 people gathered at the dc war memorial at the mall to push for the cause of statehood. they heard from the city's c political leadership.eade >> we must no longer be the city that hopes the marchs, but whose denial of our rights are ignored. by the marchs. >> reporter: all know del
CBS
Aug 23, 2013 11:00pm EDT
in the district. thousands of people are in town to mark the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. martin luther king organize today 1963 gathering. maureen. >> shawn the actual number of people expected tomorrow isn't known but it's safe to say the crowds will be huge. many people will be part of historic call commemoration. >> on the eve of the first big rally marking the 50th anniversary of the big march people are coming to the martin luther king memorial to take on the images, reflect on his message 50 years after his famous speech. >> i think we're stalled. i think that's the best way to describe it. we've had movements in the past but now i think we're kind of like stalled. >> i think we have a long way to go. we are very close in our community in central connecticut. diversity is paramount and our kids have been raised throughout elementary school that color is not important. >> i think the topic of racism is coming up more and more and drawing us backwards and i'm a little bit worried but i like the way dr. king approached it. he did it in a peaceful way. he didn't criticize peop
CBS
Aug 25, 2013 11:00pm EDT
on washington. we have to discussion about rights which is what they were tpoeugt for in month months. but we also have to a discussion about responsibility. how what we do tpaerz mothers, not own as legislatures to enforce rights and police officer to protect rights, but what we do as parents as neighbors, and terms of our responsibility to uplift our communities. today was final day of the festival which kicked off on friday. and just reminder would complete cover age 50 anniversary srrb march on washington. you will of activities with it. on my myfoxdc.com. update now on breaking news story out virginia. vehicle accidents that shut down i-66 west bound by route 123 in fairfax county are now hearing that two lanes will be opening shortly. on i-66. more about the accidents now we don't have any information about injuries but we are told they thaw two cars were involve you are look live picture of the scene, again, i-66 west bound shut down for now but two lanes we are being told will be opened shortly that accident happened at about 9:30 we will update story as we get more information within
CBS
Aug 18, 2013 11:00pm EDT
were both accidentstal. according to "washington post" which obtained copies of the report, the fire were likely caused by malfunction or poorly done repairs. but they are not realing out possible of tampering. those reports were con completed before the mayor ordered police to investigation the fire. officials say investigation will being it is back to school tomorrow for fredrick and printed george county public schools it also first day on the job for the new printed george county superintendent. the doctor hand picked by county executive baker, he says he has been the superintendent and neighbor is an der county no stranger prince george county after previously serving teacher, principal and administration in the school system. speaking back to school how will weather look when kids head off to bus in morning? we will talk about that. >> think going to good day start back for kid. locally. i don't expect to have any showers around but maybe a little bit of fog. temperature fairly comfortable as well we will get into rest of the forecast details and take a look at the seven day wh
CBS
Aug 19, 2013 11:00pm EDT
for the 50th an verse sear are of the march on washington -- anniversary. you can expect delays. >> brian, that's tonight's fox 5 top five. >> our last gasp of summer comingy. >> a loft kids are going back to school but some of them aren't yet. so i think the weather is going to give you summertime loving over the next few years. and yes it's going to be tropically as those temperatures climb up just a bit as well. we've gotten quite a pass this august. no doubt about it. and tomorrow we climb into the 80s. it will be the warmest day we've had since august 13th. and perhaps just perhaps a little sdwroelt the system because we were 11 degrees below average -- jolt. we're going by above average tomorrow. >> here's the bus stop forecast for those of you back in school. there could be areas of fog around tomorrow morning. our range will be 62 to 68 degrees but again the kids if they do have a jacket are going to want to ditch it by the noon hour because we're going to be climbing warmer than today. 75 is where we got today but we're surrounded by the 80s. cincinnati 85. st. louis 88. chicago
CBS
Aug 20, 2013 11:00pm EDT
.m. and saturday during the rally for the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. d.c. is their 29th stop on their nationwide store. >> netflix customers you will soon have more options now that the company has inked a deal with the weinstein company. netflix will get streaming rights starting in 2016 including the artist and the kings speech. >> number two the effects of childhood bullying can last into adulthood. researchers assessed 1,500 people from ages nine to 26. those classified as bully victims had the greatest risk of health problems by adulthood they were more than twice as likely to have difficulty keeping a job, committing to save money or maintaining relationships. >> number one tonight national zoo's elephant herd is doubling in size. thanks to a $2 million donation the zoo will receive three female elephants from calgary zoo in canada. they will arrive next spring and they're expected to stay indefinitely unless they don't get along with the existing elephants. we hope it works out for all of them. >> brian, that's tonight's fox 5 top five. >> thank you very much, shawn. o
CBS
Aug 29, 2013 11:00pm EDT
snowden. y e washington post published several stories based on budget documents it received from snowden. the documents show the united states intelligence community had a $53 billion budget for just this year and the cia got 15 billion of that, most for data collection. >> and tonight an update on a story causing outrage nearly everywhere. the mother of a 14-year-old rape victim said the montana judge only apologized to cover his own butt. judge todd ball said the victim, was quote, older than her chronological age and she had as much control of the situation as did the teacher who raped her. the judge gave that teacher a slap on wrist, 30 days in prison. before her attacker was even sentenced, the teen committed suicide. the mom has rejected the judge's apology and she is calling for the judge to resign along with others. the judge said that is not going to happen. the state's attorney general is still deciding whether federal government is lightening up on pot. the justice department said it will no longer challenge laws in d.c. and a handful of other states that allow the medical and
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